Former employee of an early learning center charged with abusing students

Former employee of an early learning center charged with abusing students

HAYTI, Mo. (KAIT) – A former Missouri early learning center employee is behind bars after police say she was caught on video abusing her students. According to the Hayti Police Department, on Wednesday, November 2, officers received a report from the Early Learning Center that one of their teachers, 23-year-old Gladys Johnson of Caruthersville, was … Read more

RSV vaccine protected infants from severe cases, Pfizer study shows

RSV vaccine protected infants from severe cases, Pfizer study shows

An experimental vaccine from Pfizer Inc. significantly reduced the risk of infants developing severe cases of a respiratory virus that kills hundreds of children each year, according to the company. Among mothers who received the respiratory syncytial virus vaccine, their infants had an 81.8% lower risk of developing serious lower respiratory infections that required medical … Read more

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet – Your World Your Way – Nintendo of America

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet – Your World Your Way – Nintendo of America

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet – Your World Your WayNintendo of America Get ready, we’re getting a spooky Pokémon Scarlet And Violet announcement tomorrowNintendo’s life Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are set to reveal a new Ghost type with a spooky teaserGame clock New Pokemon Scarlet and Violet trailer debuts tomorrowSiliconera Pokémon Scarlet & Violet – Countries … Read more

Families are still struggling to find baby formula nearly a year after the shortage began

Families are still struggling to find baby formula nearly a year after the shortage began

Many American households are still struggling to find infant formula, nearly a year since supplies thinned out on store shelves and eight months after a nationwide recall. Adults in about a third of households with infants who typically use formula had trouble getting it last month, according to a recent survey by the US Census … Read more

A salt-loving nation is trying to shake the habit

A salt-loving nation is trying to shake the habit

TOKYO—Pickled squid guts and pickled cucumbers are among the foods that make Japanese meals strikingly salty. Don’t forget the soy sauce. Public health officials worry that salt drives high blood pressure, a condition sprinkled over half of adults in Japan. But instead of trying to remake Japanese cuisine, food scientists are working to satisfy salt … Read more

What made Angela Lansbury unforgettable

What made Angela Lansbury unforgettable

Angela Lansbury was an infinitely versatile performer with a decades-long career filled with roles that played to her many strengths. She was a cool villain in The Manchurian Candidatea flighty and flirtatious accomplice to the psychological torment of Gas lightand an inviting pub singer The picture of Dorian Gray, earning an Academy Award nomination for … Read more

Pfizer requests authorization for children’s Covid-19 Booster

Pfizer requests authorization for children’s Covid-19 Booster

Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE asked US health authorities to clear the use of its updated Covid-19 booster in children aged 5 to 11 years. The companies made the request Monday as reformulated shots for people 12 and older roll out across the country. Health officials are urging people to get shots to increase protection … Read more

She tried to block eating disorder content on TikTok. It still pops up daily.

She tried to block eating disorder content on TikTok.  It still pops up daily.

Naomi Sanders tried to set up her TikTok account so she wouldn’t see videos about eating disorders, but she says they’re impossible to avoid. “I still see posts related to eating disorders on my feed at least three times a day,” says the 15-year-old high school sophomore from Bellingham, Washington, who has struggled with unhealthy … Read more

Kid Cudi & Joe Burrow featuring Taylor Rooks | Bose – Bose

Kid Cudi & Joe Burrow featuring Taylor Rooks |  Bose – Bose

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs law requiring social media companies to consider children’s health

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs law requiring social media companies to consider children’s health

Social media companies operating in California will have to consider the health and well-being of children under a first-of-its-kind bill signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Called the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act, the law would require makers of social media apps like Facebook, Instagram and TikTok to study products and features likely to be … Read more